Live Review: Low at Queen Elizabeth Hall - 20.06.18 June 21, 2018 by Rob Hakimian During these songs the sense of communion was palpable, with the three band members each in sway with their own instruments, focusing on their mind-control spell, causing an outbreak of slow and focused head nodding throughout the audience. With a slight fog rolling in, and a definite haze shining off of Sparhawk’s guitar licks, I got the feeling of watching witches around a cauldron. Bassist Steve Garrington couldn’t decide whether to sit or stand, usually starting a song in reserve, before ascending to his feet as his crawling basslines got into their groove. In the centre, Parker’s hands were as steady and unwavering as ever, beating out time with a reliance and resilience. Low are just absolutely magical live - hopefully my live review will persuade you to go see them.